Leonardo DiCaprio brought his mom Irmelin Indenbirken to his very first Golden Globes in 1994 (Photo: MEGA)

Irmelin Indenbirken Net Worth 2022 (Irmelin DiCaprio) Age, Husband, Parents, Leonardo DiCaprio’s mother

Irmelin Indenbirken Net Worth 2022

Year Net Worth
2022 $2.8 Million
2021 $2.5 Million
2020 $2.3 Million
2019 $1.8 Million
2018 $1.5 Million

Irmelin Indenbirken is estimated to have a net worth of $2.8 million dollars at present.

She has accumulated her net worth with the versatility she has shown in each field she has worked in.

Her main source of earnings is her career as a correspondent and broadcast journalist. As she progresses in her career, her net worth is projected to rise.

Irmelin Indenbirken

Irmelin Indenbirken is a German-American actress and producer famously known for being the mother of Leonardo DiCaprio. Indenbirken is known for The 11th Hour (2007).

Irmelin Indenbirken Age

Irmelin Indenbirken is 79 years old as of 2022, she was born on February 14, 1943, in Oer-Erkenschwick, Germany as Irmelin Indenbirken.

She celebrates her birthday every year with her family and close friends, her zodiac sign is Aquarius.

Year 2022 2023
Irmelin Indenbirken Age 79 years 80 years

Irmelin Indenbirken Early Life

Irmelin Indenbirken had a difficult childhood. According to her mother, Helene Indenbirke, she was born in an air raid shelter during World War II in the German village of Oer-Erkenschwick in 1943.

“Those were difficult times,” she admitted to the German magazine Hellweger Anzeiger in 1998. (via The German Way). “We emigrated to America in 1955, not 1943, as some newspapers have reported,” she added, noting that they settled in a part of New York where there were many other Germans.

She stated that she and her husband, Leo’s maternal grandfather, eventually left America in 1985 to return to Germany.


Irmelin met Leo’s father, comic book distributor George DiCaprio, while working as a legal secretary. While on a honeymoon in Italy, the Revenant actor revealed his parents named him.

“My mother felt me kicking while they were looking at a Leonardo da Vinci painting in Florence’s Uffizi Gallery, and they took it as a message,” the actor told the English publication The People in 1998.

Unfortunately, his parents divorced by the time he was a year old, but that didn’t stop them from co-parenting effectively.

According to Moms, they even bought houses next to each other so that young Leo never felt like he came from a broken family.

They lived in East Los Angeles, which Leo admitted wasn’t always the best neighborhood for a young child, which he appreciated.

“It was a rough neighborhood, but it was cool.” I got to see a lot of things. I believe that growing up in this manner is beneficial. “Seeing that side at such a young age is beneficial,” he told the Los Angeles Times in 1997.

Leo dreamed of becoming a star as a child in East Los Angeles, and his mother encouraged him every step of the way.

“She supported this little kid who said, ‘I want to be an actor,’ at 12 years old, which is ridiculous,” he told Access Hollywood in 2014. “She is the only reason I can do what I do.”

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